Easy Breakfast Hash

Easy Sweet Potato Broccoli Breakfast Hash

This Easy Sweet Potato Broccoli Breakfast Hash is easy, customizable and full of flavor. You can top it with eggs or leave it vegan. I have been making this hash for breakfast for years, I still have yet to get tired of it.

This recipe is great on the weekends but even better for those busy workweeks. You can heat up the combo in the microwave and add a hardboiled egg afterwards while you are at the office.

You can also add extra protein by sautéing some chicken apple sausages. The sweet potato really brings out the apple flavor in the sausages and it makes this meal a total powerhouse of nutrients.

How to perfect your sweet potatoes

I like to lightly microwave my sweet potatoes before I bake, air fry or sauté them. Microwaving them a bit will take some of the moisture out so they get a little more crispy on the outside. It will also speed up the process so you aren’t eating raw potatoes with overcooked veggies.

I suggest buying organic sweet potatoes and leaving the skin on them. The skin has some of the most dense nutrients and if it’s organic you will feel a lot more safe to eat the skin. Should you still decide to take the skin off – peel the potatoes. My recipe leaves the skin on.

My favorite spices for Sweet Potato Breakfast Hash are always salt, chipotle powder, garlic powder and paprika. I change my seasoning and spices often on my mixes but this is my most used combination with all of my Sweet potato recipes like my Potatoes O’ Bailey which is a little more work with some more veggies and cheese but equally as delicious.

Ingredients (serves 2)

  • 1 medium to large sweet potato (microwaved and cubed)

  • 1 large floret of chopped broccoli (equal to the size of the potatoes)

  • 1 Tbs avocado oil

  • 1/2 tsp garlic powder

  • 1/2 tsp chipotle powder

  • 1/4 tsp paprika

  • Pink Himalayan salt

Directions

  • Microwave potato on the potato setting or for 4 minutes just to soften and take some moisture out. Cube into bit sized pieces
  • Chop broccoli into similar sized pieces, keep the stems! They have the most nutrients.
  • Place oil in pan and heat on medium heat. Add veggies and seasoning to the pan and mix well. Let the veggies steam and sauté for about 15 minutes. Cover for softer and quicker results. Cook egg or other toppings while the veggies are softening. Top with fresh herbs and eggs or sausage.

Do you have any questions?

Q: I don’t like broccoli can I make this without it? A: Yep! It is just as tasty. You may need to cut the seasonings a little bit.

Q: How long will this keep for meal prep? A: 5 days!

Q: How can I make this last all week? A: Make a double batch. Double up on everything in the above recipe.

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